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What does paródica mean in Spanish?

What's the meaning of the Spanish word paródica? Here's a list of translations and example phrases.

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El día de San José de ese mismo año de 1923 fundó la paródica Orden de Toledo y se nombró a sí mismo condestable.
The day of San Jose of that same year of 1923 founded the paródica Order of Toledo and it was named condestable himself.
Relaciona Harry Levin a su protagonista de raíz homérica con los peregrinos de paródica heroicidad que arrancan de El Quijote de Cervantes.
He relates Harry Levin to his protagonist of Homeric root with the pilgrims of parodic heroicity that they take off of The Quixote of Cervantes.
Aunque admitiendo que las notas internas de los instrumentos usados era ficticia y paródica, Reed siempre mantuvo que MMM era un álbum serio.
Although admitting that the internal notes of the instruments used were fictitious and parodic, Reed always maintained that MMM was a serious album.
El título alude a una popular balada callejera de mediados del siglo XIX, donde se narra la muerte y resurrección paródica de Tim Finnegan, un irlandés aficionado a la bebida.
The title alludes to a popular street ballad of the mid-nineteenth century, which chronicles the death and resurrection parody of Tim Finnegan, an Irishman fond of drinking.
Uno de los temas que interpretaron es «Con su bikini», versión paródica del tema de Bob Dylan «Man Gave Names to All the Animals» que, según parece, el propio autor le prohibió tocar.
One of the themes they interpreted is "Con su bikini", a parody version of Bob Dylan's "Man Gave Names to All the Animals" theme, which the author himself apparently forbade him to play.
Tenía grandes dotes de actor, entre ellas una voz poderosa, una excepcional capacidad paródica, sabia dosificación de la expectativa y la sorpresa, empatía con el auditorio y un gran sentido del espectáculo.
He had great actor skills, among them a powerful voice, an exceptional parody, wise dosage of expectation and surprise, empathy with the audience and a great sense of spectacle.
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